IPA: sˈeɪbɝtˈuðd


  • Having massive curved upper canine teeth.

Examples of "sabre-toothed" in Sentences

  • Do you think they see sabre-toothed cats, big as tigers?
  • But, of course, this Brazil side aren't the ferocious sabre-toothed superpredators of old.
  • A throwback to the days of sabre-toothed tiger underwear and men who learned that dead things tasted better once blackened on the open flame!
  • As they advanced, the mammoth, sabre-toothed cats, cave bears, giant sloths, camels, horses, and wholly sic rhinos fell to their stone weapons and deliberately set fires.
  • I'd like to see the genomic differences between elephants and mastodons, and tigers and sabre-toothed cats…and maybe someday we can think about rebuilding a few extinct species.
  • Some south american late-cretaceous terrestial crocodylians from south america evolved large teeth which were also similar to those of sabre-toothed cats, as well as some "mammal-like reptiles".
  • To live "and have one's being under the shadow of a man-eater" was not so different from prehistoric times, Corbett reflected, when early humans cowered in caves to escape the sabre-toothed tiger.
  • But, let's be realistic, it isn't very often that our lives are directly threatened these days, for example, we are rarely confronted by sabre-toothed tigers or warring tribes on a daily basis (okay, never).
  • The early Britons would have lived alongside sabre-toothed cats and hyenas, primitive horses, red deer and southern mammoths in a climate similar to that of southern Britain today, though winters were typically a few degrees colder.

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